When you bite into a slice of pizza at Momma D’s Pizzeria, you’ll immediately taste the freshness.
“The quality of our food is what makes our pizzeria unique,” says Sean Blair, co-owner of Momma D’s, recently opened in Feasterville.
Bobby Weisenberger, co-owner and chef at this pizzeria, makes practically everything on the menu from scratch right on the premises.
“As opposed to buying frozen dough and using canned sauce, Bobby makes his own fresh dough every day and creates his own sauces,” says Sean. “Virtually nothing we serve is frozen or comes from a can.”
Even the majority of vegetables served here are delivered fresh daily, so when you order vegetable toppings, you’re eating fresh produce.
Its signature dish, Momma D’s Donut Pie, is already a hit among customers. It’s literally a deep-dish pizza in the shape of a donut with three dipping sauces in the middle.
“It’s like a double crusted pizza,” explains Sean, “and it’s very filling.
“It’s also quite a bargain being we use the same amount of dough that we use in a 16-inch Sicilian pizza pie, but charge less.”
Although Momma D’s is predominantly a pizzeria, it offers other selections on its menu, all made from the same quality ingredients as its pizzas. For example, every chicken item is fresh and never frozen. Its chicken fingers are sliced from fresh chicken and then hand- battered.
All cold cuts used in sandwiches are also freshly prepared. In fact, Bobby bakes a fresh turkey every other day.
With the cold weather just around the corner, you can look forward to Bobby’s homemade soups. To date he has already prepared 12 different types, with more to come!
Other favorites on the menu include hoagies, wraps, steak sandwiches, quesadillas, calzones, Stromboli and salads, in addition to a variety of appetizers and side dishes.
Although lunch and dinner specials are available throughout the week, Sean is quick to point out that prices at Momma D’s are “right on line with the competition. Our quality food is very affordable and worth every penny.”
This is a family-oriented pizzeria where you are encouraged to bring your children. Every Tuesday is Kids’ Night. Dine here anytime from 5:00pm until 9:00pm on Tuesdays, and your children can make their own personal pizzas.
Momma D’s has 28 seats, offering plenty of space to eat comfortably. If you don’t have time to eat in, take out or call for delivery.
Momma D’s offers free delivery in Lower Southampton and the surrounding area.
“Our goal is to keep this pizzeria small and simple with an emphasis on preparing quality food,” says Sean. “Once you’ve tried our pizza and other dishes, you’ll want to return on a regular basis.”
Hours are Mondays through Thursdays from 11:00am until 9:00pm, Fridays and Saturdays from 11:00am until 10:00am, and Sundays from noon until 9:00pm.
Momma D’s Pizzeria is located at Victor Plaza (across from K-Mart) at 1014 Lindbergh Avenue.
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To place an order or for additional information call 215-357-3376 or 215-357-3359.
PHOTO CAP: Liam Blair, son of owner Sean Blair, was born with a rare birth defect called Esophageal Atresia. After spending his first four-and-a-half months in the NICU at CHOP, he is now Momma D’s biggest fan!